CN100566309C - Between wireless connections and wired connection, switch user profile method for communicating and equipment - Google Patents

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CN100566309C
CN100566309C CNB028050282A CN02805028A CN100566309C CN 100566309 C CN100566309 C CN 100566309C CN B028050282 A CNB028050282 A CN B028050282A CN 02805028 A CN02805028 A CN 02805028A CN 100566309 C CN100566309 C CN 100566309C
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Mobile radio station (MS) can be by wireless connections and wired connection transmitting subscriber information.MS is at this MS and be connected to and set up (502) wireless connections between the communication equipment of communication system and is connected with article one in the wired connection, and this wired connection is by a cable LAN (LAN) existence.This MS is connected the first of transmission (504) user profile between this MS and this communication equipment by the article one in wireless connections and the wired connection.Subsequently, MS sets up (506) wireless connections and is connected with second in the wired connection between this MS and this communication equipment, and this second connects and is different from article one and connects.Then, this MS is connected the second portion of transmission (508) user profile by wireless connections and the second in the wired connection.

Description

Between wireless connections and wired connection, switch ongoing user profile method for communicating and equipment

Technical field

The present invention relates generally to communication system, relate in particular to a kind of ongoing user profile method for communicating and equipment of between wireless connections and wired connection, switching.

Background technology

Now, Wireless Telecom Equipment can be handled the calling of the speech (VoIP) based on Internet protocol, and can handle multimedia (speech, image, video) very soon and call out.Yet these are called out needs very wide bandwidth, therefore needs high-quality connection.

Unfortunately, high-quality wireless connections are not to be always readily available, especially carry out the indoor of many callings at needs.Therefore, need a kind of method that provides high-quality to connect to indoor mobile communication equipment.

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Fig. 1 is the circuit block diagram according to the example of a mobile radio station of the present invention.

Fig. 2-the 4th is according to the call setup figure of example of the present invention.

Fig. 5 is the example flow diagram that illustrates according to the operation of mobile radio station of the present invention.

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Referring to Fig. 1, the circuit block diagram of an example shows according to mobile radio station 100 of the present invention.Mobile radio station (MS) 100 comprises a wave point 102 and a wireline interface 104, all is connected to the processor 106 of a routine.This wave point 102 preferably includes the radio set of a routine.Wave point 102 also can comprise at least one in radio transmitter, radio receiver, optical sender, optical receiver, ultrasonic wave transmitter and the ultrasonic receiver.Wireline interface 104 preferably includes a conventional Fast Ethernet transceiver that is used for communicating by letter with cable LAN (LAN).Wireline interface 104 also can comprise the fiber optics transceiver of a routine.Processor 106 is also connected to one and does the conventional user interface 120 that interface is connected with the user.User interface 120 preferably includes at least one in microphone, earphone, display and the keyboard.The user interface that also can use other is as user interface 120, for example headphone, mouse and tracking ball.As another optional mode, wireline interface 104 obviously can comprise a short-range wireless device, and for example light, bluetooth or ultrasonic transmission/reception letter machine are used for the communication between MS 100 and wired lan.This link is preferably transparent in communication aspects.

Processor 106 is also connected to a memory 108, and this memory 108 comprises and is used for processor 106 is carried out programme controlled software and the space that is used to store according to variable used in the present invention.Obviously, also this memory 108 can be manufactured an integration section of processor 106.Memory 108 comprises a link control program 110, is used for according to the present invention processor 106 being carried out program control to set up wireless connections and a wired connection.Memory 108 also comprises a signal procedure 112, and it carries out program control to processor 106 and communicates with the employed a kind of agreement of communication system according to mobile radio station 100 operational example such as one of packet switched wirelss connection and circuit switching wireless connections and packet switching wired connection place.Memory 108 also comprises a space that is used to store used Internet protocol (IP) address 114 of mobile radio station 100.In addition, memory 108 also comprises the spaces that are used to store 116 and callings of a calling identification symbol (ID) ID 118.Will be further described below the operation of mobile radio station 100.

Referring to Fig. 2, call setup Figure 200 shows according to operation of the present invention, MS 100 in the packet data radio with grouped data peer or server 206 is connected.Show MS 100, base station 204 and peer or server 206 on the top of Figure 200.Base station 204 is preferably such as the part of the wireless wide area network (WAN) of cell phone system.Article one, vertical line is illustrated in the wireless connections 224 on the MS 100, and another vertical line is represented wired connection 222.For the initialization packet data wireless connections, MS 100 is preferably in the wireless connections 224 and sends conventional session initiation protocols (SIP) to peer or server 206 and invite (INVITE) order, wherein comprises to distribute to MS 100 and be used for the IP address of using and one call out ID in these wireless connections.SIP INVITE has description in the RFC 2543 of internet engineering task group (IETF), and can obtain from the Internet at an easy rate.Use the IP address of MS 100 and peer or server 206 in wireless connections, to exchange 212 subsequently such as multi-medium datas such as VoIP, image or videos.Obviously, also can pass through peer or server 206, perhaps by a kind of different IP agreement, for example the H.323 standard of the International Telecommunication Union that also can obtain from the Internet is at an easy rate come the initialization packet data wireless connections.

If in calling procedure, MS 100 moves in the building that can use Local Area Network, and then the user can benefit from the physical connection 214 of the wireline interface 104 to LAN of MS 100.This is because multi-medium data needs a high-quality connection, and this normally can't obtain from wireless WAN indoor.LAN controller 208 for example according to as DHCP (DHCP) described in IETFRFC 2131, that can obtain from the Internet at an easy rate equally, is given MS 100 with an IP address assignment subsequently.Then, MS 100 sends a SIP INVITE, the calling ID that it comprises newly assigned IP address and distributes to peer or server 206 in the wireless connections initialization procedure on this wired connection 222.In response, peer or server 206 will use newly assigned IP address, by wired connection 222 beginning and MS 100 communicate by letter 220, thereby advantageously regain the needed high-quality connection of multimedia.Obviously, if MS user needs to leave this building subsequently, MS 100 can for example switch back wireless connections 224 by a simple user order, and disconnects from LAN.In order to switch back wireless connections 224, MS 100 is preferably in and sends another SIP INVITE in the wireless connections 224.This SIP INVITE will be similar to the order that is used to set up former wireless connections, and its basic difference is, will be provided for indicating call at the current calling ID that carries out by MS 100, and the IP address that is used for these wireless connections.

Referring to Fig. 3, call setup Figure 30 0 shows according to the present invention, with circuit switching wireless connections of grouped data peer or server 206 in the operation of MS 100.This Figure 30 0 shows and is used for two new assemblies changing at connection type: the media gateway 304 of 302 and routines of the mobile system controller of a routine (MSC).MS 100 is by carrying out this operation of the wireless calling request of the setting up beginning of 306 1 routines to peer or server 206 through MSC 302.This conventional call setup message comprises the caller ID of MS 100.In response, MSC 302 sends 318 to media gateway 304 with this call setup information through public switched telephone network (PSTN).In response, media gateway 304 sends 320 1 SIP INVITE that comprise caller ID and call out ID to peer or server 206.Calling out ID is that 100 of MS are ignorant, but caller ID is known.The form 324 of the VoIP between peer or server 206 and the media gateway 304 is preferably adopted in call user data communication, and the form of the circuit-switched voice in the path 322,308 between employing media gateway 304 and the MS 100.

If in calling procedure, MS 100 moves in the building that can use Local Area Network, and the user can benefit from the physical connection 310 of the wireline interface 104 to LAN of MS 100.LAN controller 208 is given this MS 100 subsequently for example according to the DHCP (DHCP) described in IETF RFC 2131 with an IP address assignment 312.Then, MS 100 sends 314 1 SIP INVITE to peer or server 206 on wired connection 222, and it comprises newly assigned IP address, new calling ID and the identical caller ID that is used for these wireless connections.In response, peer or server 206 will use newly assigned IP address, by wired connection 222 beginning and MS 100 communicate by letter 316, thereby advantageously obtain the needed high-quality connection of multi-medium data once more.Obviously, if MS user need leave this building subsequently, then MS 100 can switch back wireless connections 224, and disconnects from LAN.MS 100 preferably will rebulid wireless connections to be similar to the mode that is used for initially setting up this calling, and peer or server 206 will identify calling according to caller ID and carry out.

Referring to Fig. 4, a call setup Figure 40 0 shows the operation of the MS 100 according to the present invention, in a packet data radio with pstn telephone machine 402 is connected.This MS 100 begins operation by send 404 1 SIP INVITE that comprise target P STN telephone number, caller ID and calling ID to media gateway 304.Media gateway 304 is subsequently with 412 one-tenth one PSTN setup requests of communicating by letter with pstn telephone machine 402 of this setup requests conversion.The wireless connections 224 of MS 100 use grouped data (for example VoIP) to communicate by letter 406 with media gateway 304, and pstn telephone machine 402 uses the PSTN circuit-switched voice to communicate by letter 414 with media gateway.

If in calling procedure, MS 100 enters the building that can use Local Area Network, and this user can benefit from the physical connection 416 of the wireline interface 104 to LAN of MS 100.LAN controller 208 is given this MS 100 subsequently according to the DHCP of for example describing (DHCP) with an IP address assignment 418 in IETF RFC 2131.Then, MS 100 sends 420 1 SIP INVITE that comprise newly assigned IP address, identical calling ID and identical caller ID to media gateway on wired connection 222.In response, media gateway will generate 422 1 new PSTN setup requests and give the pstn telephone machine.For the pstn telephone machine, this will be to call out (preferably stating by Call Waiting) second time that identical caller ID enters.The user of MS 100 may will encourage the user answer of pstn telephone machine to call out for the second time.When PSTN user switches to this and calls out for the second time, pstn telephone machine 402 will use circuit-switched voice to communicate by letter 426 by PSTN with media gateway 304, and media gateway will use new IP address by wired connection 222 beginning and MS 100 communicate by letter 424, thereby advantageously regain the needed high-quality connection of VoIP.Obviously, if MS user need leave this building subsequently, then MS 100 can switch back wireless connections 224, and disconnects from LAN.MS 100 preferably will rebulid wireless connections to be similar to the mode that is used for initially setting up this calling, and the pstn telephone user will reply the calling that this rebulids after receiving a Call Waiting notification signal.

Referring to Fig. 5, the flow chart 500 of an example shows the operation according to the mobile radio station in the communication system of the present invention 100.This flow process starts from MS 100 to be set up 502 wireless connections and is connected with article one in the wired connection between this MS 100 and one are connected to the communication equipment of this communication system, this wired connection exists by a cable LAN (LAN).MS 100 and this communication equipment are connected the first of transmitting subscriber information between this MS100 and this communication equipment subsequently by the article one in wireless connections and the wired connection, wherein preferably include real-time multimedia communication.Subsequently, MS 100 and this communication equipment are set up wireless connections and are connected with second in the wired connection between MS 100 and this communication equipment, and this second connects and is different from article one and connects.Preferably set up this second connection by ordering from INVITE of MS 100 transmissions according to session initiation protocol (SIP), this INVITE order comprises at least one in Internet protocol (IP) address and call identifier and the calling identification symbol.MS 100 and this communication equipment are connected the second portion of transmitting subscriber information subsequently with the second in the wired connection by wireless connections.

According to the description of front, the invention provides a kind of ongoing user profile method for communicating and equipment of between wireless connections and wired connection, switching obviously.This advantageously allows a mobile radio station to keep a high-quality connection when indoor.This ability of switching between wireless connections and wired connection is particularly advantageous in the multimedia communication that may need very wide bandwidth.

Under the enlightenment of above-mentioned instruction, can carry out many modifications and variations of the present invention.Therefore, should be appreciated that in the scope of claims, can also realize the present invention by the alternate manner except top specifically described embodiment.

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1. method used in the communication system that comprises mobile radio station (100), described mobile radio station (100) can communicate by wireless connections (224) and wired connection (222), described method is used for switching ongoing user profile communication between wireless connections and wired connection, and described method comprises the steps:
At described mobile radio station be connected to and set up (502) wireless connections between the communication equipment of communication system and be connected with article one in the wired connection, the Internet protocol IP address of distributing to described mobile radio station is used in described wireless connections, and described wired connection is by a cable LAN LAN existence and use the 2nd IP address of distributing to described mobile radio station;
The first that between described mobile radio station and described communication equipment, is connected the described user profile of transmission (504) with the described article one in the wired connection by wireless connections;
Set up (506) wireless connections subsequently and is connected with second in the wired connection between described mobile radio station and described communication equipment, described second connects and is different from described article one connection; With
The second portion that is connected the described user profile of transmission (508) by wireless connections with the described second in the wired connection.
2. according to the process of claim 1 wherein that described user profile comprises real-time multimedia communication.
3. according to the process of claim 1 wherein that the second step of connecting of setting up in wireless connections and the wired connection comprises:
Send an invitation command according to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) from described mobile radio station, this invitation command comprises at least one in an Internet protocol IP address and call identifier and the calling identification symbol.
4. a mobile radio station (100), can communicate with a communication system by wireless connections (224) and wired connection (222), dispose described mobile radio station to switch ongoing user profile communication between described wireless connections and described wired connection, described mobile radio station comprises:
A wave point (102) that is used to carry out wireless connections;
A wireline interface (104) that is used to carry out wired connection; With
One is connected to described wave point and the processor (106) of described wireline interface to control described mobile radio station, wherein to described processor (106) thus carry out program control with described wired and wave point collaborative work:
At described mobile radio station and the communication equipment (206 that is connected to communication system, 402) setting up wireless connections between is connected with article one in the wired connection, the Internet protocol IP address of distributing to described mobile radio station is used in described wireless connections, and this wired connection is by a cable LAN LAN existence and use the 2nd IP address of distributing to described mobile radio station;
The first that between described mobile radio station and described communication equipment, is connected transmitting subscriber information with the described article one in the wired connection by wireless connections;
The second of setting up wireless connections and wired connection subsequently between described mobile radio station and described communication equipment is connected, and described second connects and is different from described article one connection; With
Described second by wireless connections and wired connection is connected the second portion that transmits described user profile.
5. according to the mobile radio station of claim 4, wherein said user profile comprises real-time multimedia communication.
6. according to the mobile radio station of claim 4, wherein in setting up wireless connections and described second in the wired connection be connected, further to this processor (106) carry out program control with:
Send an invitation command according to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) from described mobile radio station, described invitation command comprises at least one in an Internet protocol IP address and call identifier and the calling identification symbol.
7. according to the mobile radio station of claim 4, wherein said wireline interface comprises that is used for a short distance radio equipment of communicating by letter between described mobile radio station and described LAN.
8. one kind is used for switching the equipment that ongoing user profile is communicated by letter between wireless connections (224) and wired connection (222), and described equipment comprises:
A wave point (102) that is used to carry out described wireless connections, mobile radio station can be communicated by letter with communication system by described wave point;
A wireline interface (104) that is used to carry out described wired connection, described mobile radio station can be communicated by letter with described communication system by described wireline interface; With
One is connected to described wave point and the processor (106) of described wireline interface to control described mobile radio station, wherein to described processor (106) carry out program control with described wired and wave point collaborative work with:
At described mobile radio station and the communication equipment (206 that is connected to communication system, 402) setting up wireless connections between is connected with article one in the wired connection, the Internet protocol IP address of distributing to described mobile radio station is used in described wireless connections, and described wired connection is by a cable LAN LAN existence and use the 2nd IP address of distributing to described mobile radio station;
Between described mobile radio station and described communication equipment, be connected the first of transmitting described user profile with described article one in the wired connection by wireless connections;
The second of setting up wireless connections and wired connection subsequently between described mobile radio station and described communication equipment is connected, and described second connects and is different from described article one connection; With
Described second by wireless connections and wired connection is connected the second portion that transmits described user profile.
9. equipment according to Claim 8, wherein said user profile comprises real-time multimedia communication.
10. equipment according to Claim 8, wherein in setting up wireless connections and described second in the wired connection be connected, further to described processor carry out program control with:
Send an invitation command according to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) from described mobile radio station, described invitation command comprises at least one in an Internet protocol IP address and call identifier and the calling identification symbol.
11. equipment according to Claim 8, wherein said wireline interface comprise that is used for a short distance radio equipment of communicating by letter between described mobile radio station and described LAN.
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